Ok.
Now we will form this square:\[\left[\begin{matrix}400x^{2} & 80x \\ 80x & 16\end{matrix}\right]\]Notice that ax^2 is the first element of the first row, c is the second element of the second row, and the two factors times x are the other two entries (it doesn't matter which spot you put the factors in).
Now, the next step is to find the greatest common factors of each row and each column. For example, the row with 80x and 16 has 16 as its greatest common factor. (In your work write this in front of the that row. I would show you exactly what I mean, but I don't think the formatting here will let me do it.) Then do that with the rest of the rows and columns.
Finally, take those factors that you found and they will be the factored solution. The factors for the columns will be one set of parenthesis, and the factors for the rows will be the other set.